I have recently switched internet providers, from AOL to TalkTalk. Now, with AOL, my Netgear DG834Gv2 router worked fine: we could plug the ADSL cable into it, and it would transmit a wireless signal, and act a four-port ethernet hub. However, since moving to TalkTalk, this hasn't been the case. The internet cuts out frequently, and it's becoming a real pain. Technical support haven't been much help, as all the solutions they have suggested haven't solved the problem. The ADSL modem TalkTalk shipped to us when we bought the package works fine though - there's no connection dropping. This doesn't work for me though, as I have several technologies using the Netgear router as an ethernet hub. With the TalkTalk modem, I can only have one technology connected to the 'net at a time. So, my question is: Can I connect my TalkTalk modem to my Netgear router via an ethernet cable and dsitribute the internet connection through the Netgear router, or isn't this possible. I know this is sort of a bad explanation, but any suggestions/tips/solutions would be greatly welcome. Thanks.